APMA’s latest contest designed for 6 million disabled Canadians

Greg Layson, Automotive News Canada July 25, 2022 The idea to design and build an all-Canadian, electric, autonomous vehicle to showcase the country’s automotive talents has spun off an additional annual design contest called the Project Arrow Annual Mobility Design Competition. Read article here.

Flavio Volpe on seizing the EV opportunity

Mike Commito and Steve Gravel, The Unlikely Innovators May 17, 2022 Flavio Volpe, President of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association (APMA), talks about his career path so far from working in government to now leading the APMA. He also discusses Project Arrow and the opportunities for Ontario and Canada to lead in EV manufacturing and […]

Project Arrow Post

The Morning Drive, AM800 March 30, 2022 Flavio Volpe, President of The Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association, joins Mike and Lisa to talk about Project Arrow, the auto industry’s first all-Canadian, Zero-Emission Concept Vehicle. Listen here.

Canadian auto startups are in good stead, but there are no guarantees

Flavio Volpe, The Hill Times March 7, 2022 Automakers, in an attempt to respond to what will be a regulated market for the first time in its history, are competing to make zero emission vehicle product announcements for the 2020s, writes Flavio Volpe, Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association president. Read opinion piece here.

Canadian Innovation in the Auto Sector: Project Arrow

CNMNG News January 31, 2022 President of the Automobile Parts Manufacturers’ Association (APMA), Flavio Volpe, discusses the exciting details of the first all-Canadian EV, Project Arrow. Read interview here.